What is Tipra Land?
Article 2 of the Constitution deals with the admission or establishment of new states. Parliament may by law accede to the Union or may establish new states on such terms and conditions as it may deem fit Article 3 Formation of new states by Parliament. and applies in case of change of territory, boundaries, or existing state names Greater Tipra Land is an extension of the ruling Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura’s (IPFT) demand for a Tipra land under which attempts to create a separate state for the tribals of Tripura being done. In the new ‘Greater Tipra Land’ demand, all the tribals living in the indigenous areas/villages outside the Tripura Tribal Area Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) will be included.
Tripura was a state ruled by the Manikya Vans from the end of the 13th century until the signing of the Instrument of Accession with the Government of India on 15 October 1949.
The demand mainly stems from the concern of indigenous communities about the change in the state’s population which has made them a minority.
From 63.77 percent in 1881, the tribal population in Tripura worked out to 31 by 2011. 08 percent done
And in the middle ten, ethnic conflicts and insurgency engulfed the state, which shares about 860 fewer long borders with Bangladesh.
The Sanyukta Manch has also pointed out that the indigenous people have not only been reduced to a minority but have also been evicted from the land allotted to them by Veer Vikram Kishore Dev Varman, the last king of the Manikya Vans.
This is the reason why this demand is being made to save your existence.
When there was a discussion about re-determining the territorial boundary lines of Tripura including some parts of Assam, Mizoram, and Bangladesh in Tripura, Tripura Sahi Vans Praghot Kishore Manikya did not say anything about it.
The demand for Garter Naglim was put forward by the rebel Naga organization National Socialist Council of Nagaland Isak Muiya.
The main objective behind this demand was the establishment of Greater Nagalik (Great Nagaland) which included all the Naga inhabited areas of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, and parts of Myanmar.